Connah’s Quay is the largest town in Flintshire. The original name of the town was New Quay, however it was renamed to Connah’s Quay in the 1800s due to the name New Quay causing confusion with similarly named places. There are a number of theories behind why the name Connah’s Quay was chosen, the most likely of which is that a local businessman or political figure who inspired change was named Connah. If you’ve had a motorbike accident in Connah’s Quay, you may struggle to find a personal injury locally, so why not come to Accident Advice Helpline.
Roads in Connah’s Quay
The county of Flintshire is widely regarded as having the best roads in Wales. This is backed up by the annual Welsh Government Length & Condition of Roads in Wales report published in December 2014. In this report, it was found that just 4.3% of roads in Flintshire were in need of further investigation, compared to second place Torfaen (6.4%).
The motorway which connects Connah’s Quay with Ellesmere Port and England is the M56 and the M53. These are the only motorways that serve Flintshire, and like all counties in Wales, the county is mainly served by A roads. These A roads are the A550, A494 and A55.
The main roads in Connah’s Quay are the B5129 and B5126. These B roads surround the heart of Connah’s Quay Central Park together with Golflyn Lane and Ffordd Llanarth. If you’ve had a motorbike accident in Connah’s Quay, talk to us.
Motorbike accident in Connah’s Quay
Looking through Connah’s Quay’s history, there’s at least one serious accident every year on the town’s B roads or surrounding A roads. Smaller streets see fewer accidents, though. If you’ve been riding around on local roads and you’ve had a motorbike accident in Connah’s Quay that was not your fault, you may want to make a claim for your injuries. That’s where we come in.
Accident Advice Helpline
If you have been involved in or you know somebody who has been involved in a motorbike accident in Connah’s Quay, you may be eligible to make a claim for financial compensation. If you have been injured in an accident that was not your fault, you could have a strong case for making a claim. In this instance, you should get in touch with Accident Advice Helpline to discuss your case in greater detail.
Have you been involved in a motorbike accident in Connah’s Quay? Would you like to make a claim using no-win, no-fee*? Then call Accident Advice Helpline and talk to our advisers today, on 0800 689 0500 from a landline, or from your mobile on 0333 500 0993.
Date Published: 5th September 2014
Author: David Brown